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Full text of "The University of North Carolina Catalogue"

THE 

UNIVERSITY 

OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 

^ CATALOGUE 

1896-97 




CHAPEL HILL 
PUBLISHED BY THE UNIVERSITY 

1897 



WINSTON 
MI&JC STEWART Public Printers a^d Binder* 



CONTENTS. 



Page 

Calendar 8 

The University 7-17 

Foundation and Government 7, 8 

Location 8 

Equipment....; 9, 10 

Departments of Instruction 10 

College Tear 10 

Degrees 10 

Students not Candidates for a Degree 10 

Graduate Students 10 

• Physical Culture 10, 1 

General Culture 1 

Religious Culture 1 

Discipline 1 

Medical Attention 1 

Boards of Government and Instruction 12-1 

Trustees 13-14 

Faculty 14,15 

Instructors and Assistants 15-17 

Other Officers 17 

Departments of the University 18 

The College 19-75 

Faculty 19 

Other Instructors, and Assistants 20 

Courses of Instruction 21-48 

Schedule of Hours for Lectures 44, 45 

Courses leading to Degrees 46-48 

Grades of Scholarship 49 

Degrees 49, 50 

Honors 50 



4 



CONTENTS 



Certificates 50- 

Courses for Students not Candidates for a Degree 50, 51 

Graduate Students 52-54 

Admission 50; 

Degrees 50.54 

Admission of Women 54 

Pecuniary Aid and Expenses 55-59 

Medals and Prizes 55, 56 

Scholarships 56, 57 

Free Tuition 57 

Loan Funds 58 

Expenses 58,59 

Assignment of Rooms 59 

Requirements for Admission (iO-65 

Admission into the Freshman Class 60-62 

Admission to Advanced Standing 63 

Examinations for the Removal of Conditions 63,04 

Admission of Optional Students 64,65 

Registration 65 

Students 66-75 

The Law School 76-82 

Faculty 76 

Courses of Instruction % 76-78 

The Degree of LL.B 78 

Pecuniary Aid 78 

Expenses 78. 79 

Admission and Registration 79 

Summer School 79 

Students 79-82 

The Medical School 83-89 

Faculty 83 

Courses of Instruction 83-87 

Pecuniary Aid 87 

Expenses 88 

Admission and Registration 88 

Students 88, 89- 






contents 5 

The School of Pharmacy 91-93 

Faculty 91 

Courses of Instruction 91-93 

Laboratories 93 

Expenses 93 

Admission and Registration 93 

The Summer School 94-104 

Faculty 94 

Instructors 94 

Courses of Instruction 95-9S 

Certificates 98 

Expenses 98,99 

Admission and Registration.. 99 

Students 99-104 

The University Library 105, 106 

The Physical Laboratory 107, 108 

The Chemical Laboratory 109, 110 

The Biological Laboratory Ill 

The Geological Laboratory 112, 113 

The Gymnasium 114,115 

The University Organizations 116-121 

The Dialectic and Philanthropic Literary Societies. ...116, 117 

The Philological Club 117 

The Shakspere Club 117, 118 

The North Carolina Historical Society 118 

The Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society II9 

The Young Men's Christian Association 1-30, 121 

One Hundred and First Commencement 122-125 

Baccalaureate Sermon 122 

Commencement 122-125 

Degrees 122-124 

Honors 124 

Certificates 124 

Medals and Prizes * 125 

Summary 136 

Index 12 7,12 



CALENDAR. 



1897. 

Sept. 6 to 11, Monday to Saturday, inclusive. Examinations for 

the Removal of Conditions. 

Sept. 8, 9, 10, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. Examinations for 

Admission into the College. 

Sept. 10, 11, Friday, Saturday. Registration. 

Sept. 11, Saturday. Assignment of Rooms. 

Sept. 13, Monday. Lectures begin. 

Oct. 12, Tuesday. University Day. 

Oct. 12, Tuesday. President's Reception. 

Nov. 25, Thursday. Thanksgiving Day. 

Recess from December 23, 1897, to January 2, 1898, 
inclusive. 



1898. 

Jan. 3, Monday. 
Jan. 3, Monday. 
Jan. 4, Tuesday. 
Feb. 22, Tuesday. 
May 2, Monday. 
May 29, Sunday. 
May 31, Tuesday. 
May 31, Tuesday. 
May 31, 2'uesday. 



Registration. 
Assignment of Rooms. 
Lectures begin. 
Washington's Birthday. 
Senior Orations. 
Baccalaureate Sermon. 
Meeting of the Board of Trustees. 
Anniversary of the Alumni. 
Orations by Representatives from 
the Dialectic and Philanthropic 
Literary Societies. 
Senior Class Day. 
Commencement. 
Summer Vacation from Commencement to the 
Second Thursday in September. 



May 31, Tuesday. 
June 1, Wednesday.